Mario Kart
Developer(s) Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc.
Nintendo EPD
Publisher(s) Nintendo logo
Platform(s) Arcade
Genre(s) Racing
Release Date(s) TBD
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Age Rating(s) ERating7RatingUSK6OFLC-GCERO A
Media Included Arcade machine

Mario Kart is a racing game for the arcade. These arcade machines can be found in various arcades and in Dave & Busters.

To play the game, players must insert coins. While at Dave & Busters, they must use a game card. This arcade game can be updated regularly to the latest version via internet connection by an arcade administrator using a specific code or password to get into the online features to update.

Arcade machine

The arcade machine features a specially designed 24-inch 4K HDR display at a refresh rate of 60hz and 1ms response time. Sound speakers with hi-res stereo sound are built on the machine for crisp and distortion-free sound. Built inside the machine are specially designed NVIDIA chips with G-Sync to ensure smooth, distortion-free gameplay. Attached to the machine is a steering wheel and two foot pedals (acceleration and brake). From 2-8 machines may be adjacent to each other for multiple players.


From one to eight players may play. There are two options; Race Mode and Battle Mode. In Race Mode, racers can select a single track. Each racer must complete three laps to finish the race. No cups are listed in this game. In Battle Mode, players have three balloons, and using shells or bananas peels causes racers to lose their balloons when hit by these items. If all three balloons are gone, the racer loses. The last racer remaining wins.

Palette swaps & alternate forms

Alternate colors are featured for all characters for the first time in Mario Kart history. Also, their alternate forms are featured in a single character.



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  • Castle Wall - Mario Kart GP
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  • Kingdom Way - Mario Kart GP DX
  • Splash Circuit - Mario Kart GP DX
  • Tropical Coast - Mario Kart GP DX
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  • Waluigi Pinball - Mario Kart DS
  • Daisy Circuit - Mario Kart Wii
  • Daisy Hills - Mario Kart 7
  • Cheep Cheep Lagoon - Mario Kart 7
  • Music Park - Mario Kart 7
  • Piranha Plant Slide - Mario Kart 7
  • Mario Kart Stadium - Mario Kart 8
  • Sunshine Airport - Mario Kart 8
  • Electrodrome - Mario Kart 8
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  • Mute City - Mario Kart 8
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